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Skype Launches U.S. Channel Program
Nearly a year after previewing its indirect sales strategy for its nascent business services, Skype is formally launching a channel program for its Skype for Business Solutions in the United States. ...
Peer-to-Peer Blog: Contact Centers Need New Strategies
An effective contact center does not depend upon voice communications only, and having a Web presence is not enough. ...
Case Study: Flexible Hosted PBX Fits Web Marketer
JAR Group estimates monthly savings of $500 to $1,000 in total telecom costs using OnSIP hosted PBX from Junction Networks. ...
Cavalier Gives Businesses IP Voice Options
Cavalier has made its SIP-based IP voice service more flexible, enabling customers to choose bandwidth, number of concurrent calls, voice compression, speed and more. ...
Mitel Expands Virtualized UC Apps
Mitel has added three UC applications to its Virtual Solutions portfolio, which run as virtual appliances in a VMware environment. ...
August 30, 2010
Skype Offers New Business Service as Cisco Merger Rumor Floats
The launch was partly overshadowed by a report that Cisco is eyeing a possible offer for Skype. ...
Vinculum SIP Trunking Now Interoperable with Toshiba’s Strata Family
Vinculum Communications’ Vintrex Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking solution has been certified interoperable with Toshiba’s family of Strata CIX IP business communication systems. ...
Airband, Sparkplug Merge
Airband Communications and Sparkplug Communications have merged to create the largest fixed-wireless company for businesses in the U.S. ...
Peer-to-Peer Blog: Survivability
How should a carrier respond when the customer cannot access his offices but communications must be available even if in a degraded fashion? ...
August 18, 2010
Sonus Adds FMC App
Sonus is betting that cable customers will appreciate the chance to easily receive and make calls using their fixed line on any device. ...
August 16, 2010